CBP 3 Electron transport SOUL

CBP 3 Electron transport SOUL - CBP 3 Electron transport...

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CC/LR/CBP 1: How is energy produced? Starts with breakdown of substrate molecules in metabolism and storage of energy in chemical bonds through linked reactions. Aerobic metabolism provides an entirely different mechanism using mitochondria and membranes.
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CC/LR/CBP 2: Glycolysis Basic respiratory substrate Glucose (6C) Reactions in cytoplasm C Degraded to two 3-carbon molecules of Pyruvate C Requires 2 molecules of ATP for activation C Produces 4 molecules of ATP C Produces 2 molecules of NADH
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CC/LR/CBP NAD + + Pi NAD + + Pi
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CC/LR/CBP 3: Pyruvate Anaerobic conditions C Can be used for Fermentation C Animals - lactic acid C Microorganisms - alcohol Aerobic conditions C Can enter the Kreb’s cycle
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CC/LR/CBP 4: Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex Large multi sub-unit enzyme complex in mitochondrial matrix Key point for linking flow of carbon from cytoplasm into the Kreb’s cycle
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